Difference between revisions of "1878-CC VAM-22"

From VAMWorld
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
+
=1878-CC VAM-22=
 
Discovered by Martin Field, August 1979.<br />
 
Discovered by Martin Field, August 1979.<br />
 
'''22'''(revised) '''II 3 • B1a (Die Chips in CC) (177) I-2 R-4'''<br />
 
'''22'''(revised) '''II 3 • B1a (Die Chips in CC) (177) I-2 R-4'''<br />

Revision as of 06:34, 18 October 2018

1878-CC VAM-22

Discovered by Martin Field, August 1979.
22(revised) II 3 • B1a (Die Chips in CC) (177) I-2 R-4
Obverse II 3– Point broken off fourth right star. Die markers– Short die scratch to right of nostril and diagonal die scratch across bottom of Phrygian cap below ribbon.
Reverse B1a– Closed medium II CC’s with die chips inside both C’s. Die marker– Horizontal die scratch in middle of eagle’s right wing.

Comments:
1. Die marker on Phrygian cap is not present on EDS specimens
2. This die paring has specimens that are rotated and some that are not Rotated.
3. Note: Occurs with rotated reverse of 26-106 degrees CW

Threads

LVA Plate Photos:

1878CC V22 3COMPPLATES.jpg
1878-CC VAM-22 lvaplatev22mhicopy.jpg

Additional Photos:

1878-CC VAM-22 CC 9-4-15a.jpg
Note: Occurs with rotated reverse of 26-106 degrees CW as illustrated here from these [Heritage Auction] 1878-CC RonH VAM-22 OBV Rotated Dies 12252011-horz 1.jpg
Rotated images© on loan to VAMworld [courtesy] TeletTradeLogo14.jpg®
1878-CC VAM-22 Slabbed with Rotated Die 02252013TT.jpg

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-22 EDS Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY Mhomei

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-22 LDS Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage AuctionsATTRIBUTED BY Ron Hagler

From Heritage's auction archives another MDS [here] [here] [here ] [here] [here] [here]
10/2016
Top